Cypress, TX (May 25, 2016) The Kahla Middle School student council has been recognized by the Texas Association of Student Councils (TASC) for its outstanding achievement in leadership, service and activities to improve the school and community.
Pictured from left: Jasmine Rainey, secretary/treasurer; Monica Herrera, president; Joshua Vega, public liaison; and Samra Vaid, vice president
The TASC recognized Kahla in the areas of Outstanding Student Council; Drugs, Alcohol, Safety and Health (DASH); Pride and Patriotism; Energy and Environment; and Community Service.
Kahla’s student council was also recognized as a Sweepstakes Council, meaning it was recognized in all areas. Kahla is among just 20 percent of the TASC’s 1,200 member schools to earn this esteemed honor.
“We couldn’t be more proud and honored to work with our council students,” said Tina Howard, student council co-adviser with Danielle Sonier. “There are so many extracurricular hours that go into the activities and events sponsored by student council. Our members rise to the challenge while maintaining their grades and taking care of responsibilities at home.”
Student council members develop proven skills in team building, problem solving, project planning and decision making. Through their co-curricular activities, student council members serve their communities while strengthening their academic and civic skills.